We parade tonight and this reminder was just emailed:
"Remember, as per the SSM, winter dress is now in effect. For all parades you will wear sleeves down and wear your thermals. You may go back to sleeves up and t-shirts afterwards. I recommend you keep one set up thermals in your locker so you...
I have been doing Zooniverse projects for many years and just got this in the mailings. Thought some of you would like to help and also delve into the war diaries of WWI.
Today we launched Operation War Diary - our new citizen history project where we need your help to...
This was asked of me by a buddy who thought if I didn't know (which I don't), I could ask some of my weekend warrior comrades. I thought I would ask here.
Thanks for answers in advance.
I had sent him this to whet his appetite.
Researching Canadian Military Records
Whether you are curious about Canada’s military history or a
genealogist researching an ancestor who fought in the world wars,
this workshop shouldn’t be missed! Library and Archives Canada has
digitized thousands of service files of Canadians who served in...
Search, rescue group's most decorated dog
Wpg Free Press
In photos, she stared straight at the camera, her copper eyes bright with intelligence, her broad chest a physical testament to her steel will and great strength.
She was a poster dog for the Manitoba Search and Rescue Association.
A Nova Scotia man is one of three partners behind new action figures sporting Canadian military uniforms that they're trying to get on the market.
Although the figures may not become as popular as G.I. Joe, the first-ever Canadian military action figures are starting to sell quickly...
Tombstone of Royal Air Force member from UK found in Portage la Prairie backyard
He was laid to rest in Belgium, but the tombstone of a former Royal Air Force member has been discovered buried in a Manitoban's back yard.
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Two Shilo soldiers die in rollover near Brandon
By: Nick Martin
Posted: 05/1/2011 8:21 AM
WINNIPEG -- Two soldiers from CFB Shilo are dead and two others are injured after their SUV...
From Winnipeg Free Press
Humanitarian grants finding no takers
A charitable foundation set up to honour the memory of Winnipeg soldier Cpl. James Hayward Arnal is looking to give money to some young people with a humanitarian project, but having trouble finding takers.
The Carpe Diem 88...
-City of Winnipeg -
On October 18, 2008, Brookside Cemetery will be remembering the 90th Anniversary of the signing of the armistice to end the First World War by rededicating the first section of the Field of Honour where War Dead and Veterans who served in that war are interred...